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Reality Bytes: Google, AT&T & Hallmark+

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This week on Reality Bytes, we go on lockdown with Google, pay a ransom with AT&T, and binge rom-coms with Hallmark+. This post appeared first on AR Insider.

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Spatial Beats: Google I/O Becomes Google AI

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Google blitzes AI at I/O, Cannes leans into XR, and ChatGPT gets chattier. We have these and other happenings from the XR and AI worlds through the eyes of Charlie Fink. This post appeared first on AR Insider.

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Google Lens: Now With More AI

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Google's latest AI infusions take Google Lens – a product with AI already at its core – and makes it more intelligent. How big a part will Lens play in the future of search? This post appeared first on AR Insider.

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Google Partners With Magic Leap to Secure Key Tech for AR Headsets

Road to VR

Google and Magic Leap today announced a “strategic technology partnership.” ” The move shows Google seeking to gain ground to keep up with the likes of Meta, Apple, and others in a race to control the AR headset market. Google has had several starts and stops in the XR space.

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Google Wants To Deliver World-Scale AR Using Google Maps

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Google Maps is getting a major upgrade. During Google’s 2-hour long 2022 I/O event last week, the company made a number of exciting announcements, including the reveal of a new mid-tier phone as well as a pair of AR glasses capable of translating multiple languages in real-time. . Image Credit: Google.

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New XR Platform From Samsung and Google Will be Announced, if Not Launched, This Year

Road to VR

This week Samsung and Google confirmed their forthcoming “XR platform” will be announced this year, though it’s unclear if it will actually launch before the end of 2024. It was early 2023 when Samsung, Google, and Qualcomm first announced their collaboration on an “XR platform” based on Android.

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Former Head of Qualcomm’s XR Division Joins Google to Guide XR Strategy

Road to VR

Hugo Swart, previous head of Qualcomm’s XR division, announced he’s joined Google where he’ll lead the company’s XR Ecosystem Strategy and Technology efforts. Google is also rumored to be developing a “Micro XR” platform for XR glasses, which is said to use a prototyping platform internally known as “Betty.”

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